"The Ninth Session by Deborah Serani has to be one of the best books I have read this year. I literally could not put it down. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a suspense novel. But definitely not to be read in the dark." ~ Lesley Jones for Readers' Favorite
"A fast-paced, suffocating psychological thriller featuring a series-worthy heroine. One of the year's best thrillers." ~ BestThrillers.com
"Serani's first foray into fiction is a taut, suspenseful tale...A smartly written, edgy story with a keen,tireless heroine." ~ Kirkus Reviews
"Depression in Later Life will be of invaluable help to those suffering from depression and also those who care for the depressed -- particularly those sufferers of advancing years with their unique and special needs. Dr. Deborah Serani has made a superb contribution to the management of this awful ailment." ~ Dick Cavett. Author, Actor, Former Television Host
"Deborah Serani, a doctor and the author of two previous books on depression, now covers twilight periods in Depression in Later Life, a myth-busting, fact-based guide for seniors that belongs on the bookshelf of anyone dealing with this misunderstood disease. This well-researched, effectively written, and highly readable guide to late-life depression deserves a wide audience." ~ Foreword Reviews
This book is a must-have for parent who has a son or daughter that suffers from depression." ~ Dr. John M. Grohol, PsychCentral.com
"Depression and Your Child by Deborah Serani is by far, the best and most comprehensive resource out there about depression and children." ~ Andy Behrman, author of Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania
"I wish that Serani's Living with Depression had been around when I first began to deal with depression. Patients can benefit from the doctor's perspective and doctors can learn from their patients. That they are both the same gifted author is a blessing to all who deal with mental illness." ~ Delta Burke, Actress
"Dr. Serani courageously reveals her own lifetime struggles with serious depression - and devastating thoughts of suicide. The book has nowhere to go but up from there, and it delivers - with details about her own depression and treatment woven into a useful primer geared to the suffering and their families." ~ Newsday
"Living with Depression manages to explain depression in terms of human biology and experience without downplaying either aspect. While Living with Depression is not a medical or psychological treatise, it is perhaps something better ... an easy and comprehensive explanation of depression, and how to get help." ~ The National Alliance on Mental Illness
To be published September 2021
"Identifying how you feel is the first positive pillar parents can teach their children, empowering them whilst giving the tender nurturing they need to feel mentally and emotionally well again."
~ Jo Frost, Global Parenting Expert; TV's Supernanny
"This book will be a valuable resource for parents and children as they seek to better understand how to help children experience and manage intense sadness."
~ Joan Luby, M.D., Professor of psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis